The Leader of Coventry City Council has today announced that Coventry has been named as the UK’s European City of Sport for 2019.
The early success at Coventry’s most ambitious mixed-used, city centre development should give a confidence boost to the city.
Coventry City Council has named a new Director of Public Health & Wellbeing to lead the drive towards a healthier, more active city.
Coventry’s eight family hubs will unveil their new names, as chosen by their communities, during a week of fun activities.
There is a lot to look forward to for schools at Coventry Museums. As well as our fabulous Art, History, Literacy and STEM workshops, there is a fantastic programme of temporary exhibitions.
Young people from across Coventry have been invited to have their say on the city and their own wellbeing in a new survey.
A clean up of Spon Street subway will take place next Tuesday 29 May with drinks and snacks provided for all who help out.
Expert legal advice regarding the restricted parking scheme across Coventry city centre has confirmed the scheme remains enforceable.
Coventry’s new £36.7million city centre waterpark will be making its latest splash as the venue’s thrill-ride slides arrive this week.
Coventry’s Cabinet Member for Adult Services is urging people to be a part of the Dementia Action Week. (21-27 May)
Coventry libraries are looking for volunteers aged 14 to 18 who enjoy spending time with young children to help staff run the ‘Mischief Makers’ Summer Reading Challenge 2018.
BBC Music’s Biggest Weekend is getting close so it’s time for ticket-holders to plan their journeys to and from the event site.
Councillor John Blundell was today sworn in as Coventry’s Lord Mayor at a ceremony in the Cathedral.
A celebrity chef known to millions for cooking up delicious recipes on a popular daytime TV show will be the special guest at Coventry’s Food and Drink Festival.
An evocative short film highlighting the transformative difference fostering can make to the lives of troubled teenagers premiered today (14 May), at the start of 2018s Foster Care Fortnight.
Coventry’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills has hit out at new plans to expand Grammar and Faith school places.
If you have been affected by the Aidan Connor suicide storyline in Coronation Street, help and support is available in Coventry
The West Midlands Combined Authority has today (Fri 11 May) formally launched its bid to bring Channel 4 (C4) to the region.
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust has again been awarded the prestigious Baby Friendly Award and is the latest UK health care facility to win international recognition from Unicef.
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Coventry City Council’s Cabinet will have a slightly new look for the coming year.
Councillor John Blundell will be sworn in as Coventry’s next Lord Mayor at a ceremony in the Cathedral next Thursday (17 May).
CityFibre to invest £60 million in full fibre infrastructure for Coventry in partnership with Vodafone.
The city’s libraries offer a fantastic service and they are hoping to reach even more people.
A Coventry freight forwarding firm is expanding after moving into the iconic Co-Op landmark city centre building.
The Google Digital Garage bus will be pulling into Broadgate next Wednesday (9 May) as part of an alliance with Coventry Libraries and Information Service.
Organisers have confirmed that very special guest, Gabrielle, will be joining the Godiva Festival line up this year.
Lord Mayor Cllr Tony Skipper hosted the stars and backroom staff of Coventry Rugby Football Club to congratulate them on their title winning season.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby arrived in Coventry yesterday at the start of a four day visit to the region.